All of us need teams who are excited to get up every day and go to work. Is that your team? I recently keynoted at a large medical facility that is doing something really big that affects all of us now and will continue to affect all of us in the future – unless this […] Read more
When I was a kid I use to ask my parents why I had to do “stupid” Algebra. The only answer I ever remember was “because.” “Because” I would ask. “Yes because,” was their reply. If my parents had instead said because it will help you become a better problem solver, improve your chess game, make you more intelligent and finally if you take enough of these algebra classes you may never have to take another one ever again I may have been catapulted into algebra delight. However, their response had the opposite effect.